Lower north shore residents are being warned to ramp up home security following an increase in break-and-enter offences.
Police have charged a 24-year-old Mosman woman with mid-range drink driving after she was pulled over on Middle Head Road.
A 13-year-old boy has been charged with two serious offences after an alleged break-and-enter in Northbridge.
Crime Watch: Violent drama on Mosman street, love struck man loses thousands – and who pooed on the front lawn?
If you were wondering about the drama outside Mosman High last Friday night, we have an update. Police have charged a 21-year-old Manly Vale man after an alleged domestic violence related incident.
North Shore Police Area Command have been busy this week and ask anyone with information at the stated locations during the given times and dates to please contact them.
Crime Watch: Mosman family’s terrifying ordeal, local woman “glassed”, and makeup thief hides lippie in pram.
Residents are urged to be vigilant with home security following a terrifying incident on Wolseley Rd in the early hours of Saturday morning.
A 24-year-old man probably should have thought twice about using his bong while driving down Spit Rd over the weekend.
Local Police have plenty to report this week, including a brawl at Luna Park, a decent disco biscuit discovery in North Sydney and a crazed attack with a garden rake. You can’t make this stuff up!
Police are investigating a terrifying incident that occurred in Raglan St on Monday. At around 4pm, a woman parked her car and opened the boot when a silver Holden pulled up behind her.
Local Police have again filled the blotter this week, reporting several lower north shore incidents including drink driving offences and a number of assaults.
Police are investigating a spike of disturbing incidents in Chatswood this week and urge teenagers not to loiter in the area.
Police have been busy again this week, investigating a number of worrying lower north shore incidents.
Police are warning parents to be wary of a new WhatsApp phone scam involving fraudsters impersonating their children.
Local Police have plenty to report this week, including a Taxi driver on ice, a bloke busted on the nose beers and a Mosman man bashed with a bottle of wine. You can’t make this stuff up!
Our friends at North Shore Police Area Command report a busy week on the beat, as ANNA USHER reports.
Local Police have plenty to report this week, including a Trans-Tasman drink driving charge and a ballsy local man who’s now looking for his Country Road bag.
Yes folks, it’s that time of the week again – and our friends at North Shore Police Area Command report several disturbing local offences.
Crime Watch: Man steals roll of Cling Wrap, Chatswood Eshays, and Baked Beans found in lady’s knickers.
Local Police have again filled the blotter this week, reporting several lower north shore incidents including break ins, drink driving offences and a number of assaults.
Crime Watch: Wild scooter chase, Neutral Bay nose beers, and 97 packets of gum found in man’s undies!
North Shore Police Area Command have some doozies to report this week. You’ll need to sit down with a cuppa to read this one!
Local Police have again filled the blotter this week, reporting several lower north shore incidents including break ins and drink driving offences.
Our weekly local crime update is brought to you by the team at Mosman Collective and North Shore Police Area Command. Here’s the latest news!
Local police report a week of Eshay’s, sexual advances, drink driving - and a woman found with cannabis in her lady parts.
We’re back with the Police blotter for 2022! This week, local officers have several crimes to report and warn residents lock up after recent break-ins.
The silly season is taking its toll on some members of the community, with police reporting a number of disturbing local incidents ahead of Christmas Day. Here’s this week’s Crime Watch.
It was a frighteningly busy Halloween for local Police, who report a number of pretty pathetic juvenile crimes this week.
North Shore Police Area Command have several local crimes to report this week and warn residents to keep themselves together ahead of the silly season kick-off.
Yes folks, it’s that time of the week again - and our friends at North Shore Police Area Command report a number of local offences - as residents celebrate the end of lockdown.
Our good friends at North Shore Police Area Command have had another busy week, after a number of brainless local offences that have left them scratching their heads in dismay.
A teenage graffiti vandal had a night on the tools interrupted by vigilant local curtain twitchers this week, who reported his suspicious activity to police.
An 18-year-old woman has discovered it’s not a good idea to take a bong rip while driving. The teenager was charged after police stopped a car travelling on Military Rd.
Police are hunting for a man we'll call the "Mosman Mullet" concerning a string of break and enter offences over the weekend. Read more!
Anyone wishing to report local crime and criminal activity is urged to contact CRIME STOPPERS on 1800 333 000.
It’s been another busy week for our local men and women in blue, with a number of incidents on the lower north shore. Here’s the latest roundup from North Shore Police Area Command.
A 72-year-old Mosman resident has been banned from a popular Spit Rd gym after punching a man less than half his age in a flare up over a piece of equipment.
Police are stepping up patrols in Cremorne and Neutral Bay following reports of ongoing suspicious activity involving a man regularly following at least one-woman home.
Local police are urging residents to be on high alert after more break-ins over the weekend. Two homes were broken into on Bay St, Mosman around 1:00 am Friday morning (May 15) while the occupants slept.
Police have issued a warning to local residents following a spate of break and enter offences where luxury and high-performance vehicles were stolen from Mosman and Cremorne.
CRIME WATCH: Local cars broken into, Crows Nest counterfeit note warning – and online scammers hit lower north shore residents.
A Reynold Street resident was woken early last Friday morning after hearing someone attempting to break into his vehicle.
It’s been another busy weekend for our local men and women in blue, with a number of incidents on the lower north shore. Here’s the latest roundup from North Shore Police Area Command.
Fishing gear flogged, fed up vigilante attacks Avenue Rd boat trailers – and boozed up teens hit Balmoral!
Unknown offenders have stolen fishing rods and reels valued at more than $10,000 from a home in Hale Road, Mosman. Sometime between Saturday 10th April and Wednesday 21st April the unknown offenders forced their way into the garage of the home managing to make off with the property.
Crime Watch: Food Court fight, vomiting taxi passengers – plus an Eshay brawl in Chatswood. It’s been a busy week!
It’s not yet know if a KFC Zinger Box was at the centre of a violent altercation between two women at a Chatswood food court this week.
Crime Watch: Lower north shore drink driving, numerous break and enters, plus an “upskirting” arrest in Chatswood.
Break Enter and Steal at Cremorne. Police are investigating a break and enter in Gerard Street, Cremorne where 8 skateboards valued at approximately $7000 were stolen from a storage cage.
Two men from the northern beaches are accused of importing cocaine lollies and methylamphetamine lollipops. A third man, from Sydney’s northern suburbs, has also been arrested.
School leavers across NSW are due to arrive in Byron Bay from this weekend (beginning Friday 20 November), and are expected to stay into December.
Police Beat: Officers urge lower north shore residents to lock up following a number of Mosman break-ins.
Police are advising residents to secure their homes and vehicles, following a number of local burglaries over the past week...
NSW Police Minister David Elliott has slammed the behaviour of people who attended indoor parties and a beach gathering in Mosman overnight.
Five people have been charged following an operation targeting drug supply across the North Shore. Strike Force Punnet was established by officers from North Shore Police Area Command in April, to investigate the ongoing supply of the drug ‘ice’ in the local area.
Crime Watch: Board game bandits break into school library – man charged after failed attempt to speak with Scomo at Kirribilli House – and a local Driver busted drifting!
Police have charged a 32-year-old man from the NSW Central Coast, following a failed attempt to access the Prime Minister’s official Sydney residence.
Crime Watch: Poo Bandit leaves smelly surprise in Neutral Bay bathroom – and a Parmesan pilferer is on the loose!
Two local homes have been the target of mystery bathroom bandits, baffling local police who are now on the hunt to flush out a pair of lower north shore ‘poopetrators’.